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Music Review: Bob Mundy – ‘Something Beautiful’

Bob Mundy

Bob Mundy’s smooth and sophisticated stylings reflect romance in all its infinite varieties, from dreamy ruminations to feelings of forlorn. Read More »

Music Review: Christian Jacob – ‘Beautiful Jazz: A Private Concert’


Christian Jacob makes good on the title of his solo piano concert. It is beautiful. Read More »

Music Review: Art Tatum – ‘The Art Tatum Solo Masterpieces, Vol. 1′ [Remastered & Expanded]


These solo performances confirm his stature as one of the giants of piano jazz. Read More »

Music Review: Marc Cary – “For The Love of Abbey”


Marc Cary is one of the finest jazz pianists working today. Abbey Lincoln's music brings out the best in him. Read More »

Music Review: George Shearing & Don Thompson – George Shearing at Home

George Shearing at Home makes clear that the late pianist belongs in league with the likes of Bill Evans and Dave Brubeck. Read More »

Music Review: Billy Lester – Storytime

Billy Lester's Storytime is solo piano for the jazz connoisseur. Read More »

Music Review: Oscar Peterson – Unmistakable

New technology captures Oscar Peterson's performances as if he were still alive and playing. Read More »

I Hear Sparks: Morten Schantz Trio – Conveyance

This piano-led jazz trio does pop and rock favourites in style. Read More »

Music Review: Jazz In Brief – Charlie Apicella & Iron City, Sir Roland Hanna, and Silvano Monasterios

Soul jazz, solo piano jazz, and Latin jazz are available on these recent releases. Read More »

Music Review: Jazz In Brief – Beata Pater’s Blue, Gonzalo Rubalcaba’s FÉ … Faith

A pair of recent jazz releases: one led by an intriguing vocalist, the other by a virtuosic pianist. Read More »